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  • Page 1 USER’S MANUAL Vol.1...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS General information..................................2 Purpose of the manual................................2 Identification of manufacturer and equipment..........................3 Safety information..................................3 Safety regulations..................................3 Safety devices..................................... 4 Safety signals....................................5 Technical information................................. 6 Technical specifications................................
  • Page 3: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION PURPOSE OF THE MANUAL • This manual forms an integral part of the appliance and was produced by the Manufacturer to provide the necessary information to people authorised to interact with it during its working life. • Operators of the appliance must adopt correct working practices and must carefully read and follow all the instructions contained in this manual.
  • Page 4: Identification Of Manufacturer And Equipment

    IDENTIFICATION OF MANUFACTURER AND EQUIPMENT The nameplate shown here is applied directly onto the appliance. DATA PLATE It contains references and all the information essential for safely operating the device. (A) Name of manufacturer For any technical requirements, please contact the Manufacturer’s (C) Model (C) Manufacturing Technical Service Centre or an authorised dealer.
  • Page 5: Safety Devices

    • Never allow people to sit on the robot. Never lift the robot to inspect the blade or to carry it while it is running. Do not place hands and feet under the robot when it is in operation. • Do not use the robot when a sprinkler system is running. In this case, program the robot and the sprinkler system so that they do not operate at the same time.
  • Page 6: Safety Signals

    SAFETY SIGNALS Keep an adequate safe distance from the machine while it is running. Read user instructions carefully to understand meanings before While the robot is working, using the machine. make sure there are no people in the working area (especially children, elderly or disabled people) and pets.
  • Page 7: Technical Information

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Model Description 7250DE0 7250EL0 Maximum recommended surface that can be mowed 2600 3200 Robot (*) (sq ') (27976') (34432 ') Features 890x440x700 Dimensions (W x H x D) Robot weight (incl. battery) 15,3 Cutting height (Min-Max) mm (") 25-70 (0,99 - 2,76") 290 (11,42 ")
  • Page 8: General Description Of The Appliance

    Equipment / Accessories / Functions Areas managed, including primary zone Rain sensor Standard Mode -Self-programming Standard (patented) Connect module (GPS, GPRS) not available Standard Re-entry method to the charging "V-Meter" - "follow wire" station Maximum length of perimeter wire (approximate, calculated based on a m (') 1000 (3280 ') regular perimeter)
  • Page 9: Main Parts

    MAIN PARTS MODEL 7250DE0 7250EL0 Version Robot � � � � Keyboard commands � � � � Rain sensor � � � � Battery � � � � Handle � � � � Cutting blade � � � � Perimeter wire coil Pegs Power cord for the power supply unit �...
  • Page 10: Installation

    INSTALLATION PACKING AND UNPACKING The equipment is delivered suitably packaged. When unpacking, carefully remove and check the integrity of the parts. Warning – Caution Keep plastic wrapping and plastic containers away from infants and children: risk of suffocation! Important Keep the packaging materials for future use. PLANNING OF SYSTEM INSTALLATION The robot is not difficult to install, but requires some preliminary planning in order to find the best area for installing the charging station, power supply unit and for laying out the perimeter wire.
  • Page 11 • The charging station is connected to the power supply unit via a cord that must move away from the charging station on the outside of the cutting area. • Position the power supply unit according to these rules: in a well-ventilated area protected against atmospheric agents and direct sunlight;...
  • Page 12: Setting Up Of The Perimeter Wire

    SETTING UP OF THE PERIMETER WIRE Before installing the perimeter wire, it is necessary to check the entire surface of the lawn. Make any necessary adjustments to the grassy surface during the laying of the perimeter wire in order to allow the robot to function correctly.
  • Page 13: Setup Of The Robot's Quick Re-Entry To The Charging Station

    SETUP OF THE ROBOT’S QUICK RE-ENTRY TO THE CHARGING STATION Quick re-entry requires a special installation of the perimeter wire that allows the robot to reduce the re-entry path to the charging station. This special installation of the perimeter wire should only be used for gardens where quick re-entry significantly reduces the path and where the perimeter length is greater than 200 meters.
  • Page 14: Preparation And Marking The Boundaries Of The Work Areas

    PREPARATION AND MARKING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE WORK AREAS Preparation of the lawn to be mowed 1. Make sure the lawn to be mowed is even and does not contain holes, stones or other obstacles. If necessary, prepare the lawn by filling in any holes and removing any obstacles. If some obstacles cannot be removed, it is necessary to properly mark these areas with the perimeter wire.
  • Page 15 Marking the boundary of the work area 3. Check the entire lawn surface and assess whether it is necessary to divide it into separate work areas as per the rules described here below. Before installing the perimeter Track for laying the perimeter wire wire, check the entire path to make this procedure easier.
  • Page 16 4. If there is a pavement or driveway inside or outside the work area, which is at the same level of the lawn, lay the perimeter wire at a distance of 5 cm (1.96 ") from the edge of the pavement. The robot will come out slightly from the lawn and all the grass will be mowed.
  • Page 17 If there is a pool, pond, ravine, ditch, steps or public roads not protected by an easily crossable fence or wall inside or outside the work area, install the perimeter wire at least 90 cm (35.43 inches) from the edge. In order to install the perimeter wire as close as possible to the edge of the cutting area, we recommend installing a fence that is difficult to cross if adjacent to public areas, or a fence at least 15 cm high in other cases.
  • Page 18: Installation Of Perimeter Wire

    INSTALLATION OF PERIMETER WIRE The perimeter wire can be buried or laid on the ground. If you have a wire layer machine, it is better to bury the wire for greater protection. perimeter wire Otherwise, install the wire on the ground with the pegs provided as described below.
  • Page 19: Installation Of The Charging Station And Power Supply Unit

    Joining of the perimeter wire Use an original joint if another perimeter wire is needed to complete the installation. Insert each end of the wire in the joint, making sure the wires are fully inserted so that the ends are visible on each side. Press the button on the upper side all the way down using a pair of pliers.
  • Page 20 5. Fasten the charging station (N) to the ground with the pegs (P). If necessary, secure the charging station with screw anchors (Q). pegs (P) screw anchors (Q) charging station (N) 6. Install the power supply unit (A). current power supply unit (A) 7.
  • Page 21: Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENT RECOMMENDATIONS Important The user must make any adjustments according to the procedures described in this manual. Do not make any adjustments which are not expressly indicated in this manual. Any special adjustments, not expressly indicated in this manual, must only be performed by personnel from the Manufacturer’s authorised service centre.
  • Page 22: Use And Operation

    USE AND OPERATION REQUIREMENTS FOR USE Important When using the robot for the first time, carefully read the entire manual and be sure to fully understand it, especially the safety recommendations. Only use the robot for its intended purpose as described by the Manufacturer. Do not tamper with any device to obtain different operating performances.
  • Page 23 Robot in charging station "Work" Immediate start of the work cycle. While the robot is charging you can select the working area and the time for re-entry to the charging station. Starts working immediately. Allows setting the working area and time for re-entry to the charging station.
  • Page 24: Initial Setup

    INITIAL SETUP On first start-up of the robot, the display will show the initial settings where you can set the language, date, time and some main parameters of the robot. Place the robot in the charging station; press the ON/OFF power button; read the safety information before continuing;...
  • Page 25: Menu Settings - Programming Mode

    MENU SETTINGS – PROGRAMMING MODE Robot Programming Important To get the best out of the robot, it is recommended to program the robot to work every day. If several working areas need to be set, it is recommended to program at least two working schedules in order to increase the cutting frequency in the areas.
  • Page 26 Model m² (ft²) 500 (5380) 10:00 12:00 800 (8608) 10:00 13:00 7250DE0 1200 (12912) 10:00 12:00 14:30 17:00 2000 (21520) 10:00 13:00 16:00 19:00 2600 (27976') 09:00 11:30 14:00 16:30 19:00 21:30 500 (5380) 10:00 11:30 2000 (21520) 10:00 12:30 15:00 17:00 7250EL0 2600 (27976')
  • Page 27 Garden set up Sets the characteristics of the mowing zone. In gardens with one area, at least one zone must still be set. 10:30 Setting of work area Up to 4 areas can be set. Press the area that you want to configure. To disable an area, set the size to 0 m ⏎...
  • Page 28 General settings General settings. 10:30 DEMO 10:30 ⏎ Protection. Allows enabling/disabling/changing the robot’s PIN CODE. To set or change the password, first enter the current PIN CODE and then the new PIN CODE. Upon purchase, the password entered by the manufacturer consists of four numbers (“0000”). Choose a number combination for the password that is easy to remember.
  • Page 29: Initial Start Up - Automatic Mode

    INITIAL START UP – AUTOMATIC MODE The automatic cycle is started during the initial start-up or after a period of inactivity. 1. Check that the height of the lawn surface to mow is compatible with the proper functioning of the robot (see “Technical Specifications”).
  • Page 30: Use Of The Robot In Closed Areas With No Charging Station

    USE OF THE ROBOT IN CLOSED AREAS WITH NO CHARGING STATION The start-up of the robot in “closed area” mode is for mowing closed areas that are marked off by the perimeter wire and have no charging station. Danger - Attention Carry the robot using the handle provided.
  • Page 31: Visualising The Display During The Work Phase

    VISUALISING THE DISPLAY DURING THE WORK PHASE While in operation, the following data appears on the display of the robot: speed of mower; cutting blade speed; ........percentage of battery charge....... While the robot is charging, the display shows the charging level. If the robot is outside the working time, the display shows the day and time of the next scheduled start.
  • Page 32: Battery Charging After Prolonged Inactivity

    BATTERY CHARGING AFTER PROLONGED INACTIVITY Danger - Attention Do not recharge the robot in explosive and flammable environments. 1. Supply electricity to the charging station and make sure the charging plates are clean. 2. Position the robot inside the charging station without turning it on.
  • Page 33: Routine Maintenance

    ROUTINE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE RECOMMANDATIONS Important During maintenance, use personal protection equipment indicated by the Manufacturer, especially when working on the blade. Before carrying out any type of maintenance, make sure the robot is turned off (see “Robot Safety Stop”). SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE Frequency Part Type of maintenance...
  • Page 34: Robot Cleaning

    ROBOT CLEANING 1. Stop the robot safely (see “Robot Safety Stop”). Warning – Caution Use protective gloves to prevent cutting your hands. 2. Clean all the outside surfaces of the robot with a sponge soaked in warm water and a mild detergent. Squeeze well to remove any excess water before use.
  • Page 35: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE The information below is designed to help identify and correct any faults and/or malfunctions which may occur during operation. Some faults can be fixed by the user, while others require specific technical skills or special expertise and therefore must only be fixed by qualified personnel with certified experience in the specific field of intervention.
  • Page 36 Problem Cause Remedies Extend the working time (see “Programming Not enough work hours Mode”) Stop the robot safely (see “Robot Safety Stop”) Cutting blade clogged with deposits Warning – Caution and/or residuals Use protective gloves to prevent injuries to your hands. Clean the cutting blade The work area is not completely mowed...
  • Page 37 Problem Cause Remedies Make sure the lawn to be mowed is even and does not contain holes, stones or other Ground is uneven or contains obstacles obstacles. Otherwise, fill in any holes and that prevent movement remove any obstacles (see “Preparation and “Wheel error”...
  • Page 38: Part Replacement

    PART REPLACEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REPLACING PARTS Important Replace and repair any parts according to the manufacturer’s instructions, or contact the service centre if these operations are not included in the manual. BATTERY REPLACEMENT Important Replace the batteries at an authorised service centre. BLADE REPLACEMENT 1.
  • Page 39: Robot Disposal

    ROBOT DISPOSAL • At the end of its useful lifespan, this product is classified as WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment). It must therefore not be disposed of as normal domestic waste, as mixed urban waste (undifferentiated) or as separated urban waste (differentiated). •...
  • Page 40: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ZUCCHETTI Centro Sistemi S.p.A. Via Lungarno 305/A Terranuova (AR) ITALY Declares and assumes liability that the product: battery-powered automatic lawnmower robot, model 7250DE0, 7250EL0, complies with the basic requisites for safety, health and environmental protection provided for by the following European Union directives: machinery directive 2006/42/EC, electromagnetic compatibility directive 2014/30/UE, RoHS directive 2011/65/EC, WEEE directive 2012/19/EU, directive for noise emission in the environment 2005/88/EC;...
  • Page 41 Zucchetti Centro Sistemi SpA Via Lungarno, 305/A 52028 - Terranuova (Ar) - Italy Phone +39 055 91971 Fax +39 055 9197515 Ambrogio Robot

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